While some people spend the vast majority of their season shredding the front country, K2′s Kyle Miller went after the backcountry. Slashing and spraying all the powder he could find to fill up this full part.
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Idaho has some good talent coming from there these days both in terms of snowboarding and filming. Derek Weimer does the editing and some of the camera work on this full part for AJ Ogden.
Chris Grenier is one of the most entertaining men on and off his snowboard. He spent the 2012/2013 season traveling with friends and living it up from the streets to the woods. The end result is arguably Chris’ best part filmed to date.
Rest in peace Ero One you will be missed. But even with them gone at least we get to bask in the glory of video parts like this one. Kid just has fun in the streets.
Filming a whole urban part is about dedication and Sam Schiltgen definitely exudes that. With no sponsors the kid put out a full urban part with many Midwest rails you may have seen in other movies. So watch this and if you work for a company hit the kid up he needs a hook up.
Sometimes a full part comes out of no where that surprises you. This is one of them, it’s quirky, original, and so stylish. Klas just exudes his personal style on these creative jibs to a level that might be slightly reminiscent of older Think Thank parts.
Rusty puts down a sick powder part with People Films for Pretty Wise. If we keep watching snowy powdery video parts it will snow.
It’s always a bit refreshing to see someone who isn’t in the full spotlight producing a full part. It goes back to my belief that online parts are the way to go for a rider on the come up. This guy just seems to know what it takes to put out something solid.
If you haven’t caught the Aunti Rad flick Mother Falcon Ship I highly suggest you check it out. But on top of that you should watch this part from Sims rider Seth Hill, he put in serious work this season and it shows.
Burton ambassadaor/man am/jack of all trades Alex Andrews putting down a full part in the streets from last season. Tapping out of telephone poles when doing a rail should become the new norm.